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. we are, in the weeks ahead going to get some very bad economic statistics from hurricane sandy. very bad. it might even look like a recession. will the stock market be able to see through it or will they get more fearful that the earnings cliff is going to turn into a recession cliff. >> we had our macro policy hearing and what we discussed was the impact on sandet and impact on the scomplekz we've taken the gdp numbers for the first quarter down below 1%, largely impacting the definite economic impact that we'll see from sandy and the potential economic impact from the election, but as we roll into the spring of next year, say the second, third quarter, at that point the drag from economic growth from sandy becomes a positive impact. >> phil orlando, where are your favorite investment sectors? where are your best ideas right now? >> right now, we've sort of pulled in our horns and neutralized the portfolio in terms of equities and fixed income. we are watching very carefully the rhetoric. i was encouraged by speaker boehner and the president today, but right now we just need some mo
is maybe sandy gives a little boost. everybody is still in that 1% to 1.5% range. maybe the market get excited on revision of third quarter but i suggest it shouldn't if fourth quarter will be a 1.5% economy. >> i tell you what, if we get a 2.8 revision, i would venture to say you'll see at least a 7 to 10 basis point move in a ten-year note yield. whether it lasts or not is a big deal. it's worth 7 to 10 basis points if you -- >> jim, chime into this. we know this revision is coming because we've had the other reports that have told us the missing pieces we had from third quarter as it was printed. it should not be a surprise to the market. as we all know, sometimes the market doesn't know what it should know and it gets excited about things it ought to have known. >> the thing that struck me in the conversation is to me when you think of 2.8% gdp, that sounds so fantastic considering what we're used to. realistically, it's sluggish. whether 2.8 or 2.2, we expect the fed to be involved because they told us they need better than that. we've seen some of the numbers lately. >> who cares
saying it's an ill-willed wind. that's how we talked about sandy until we heard about john turner. he runs natural catastrophe solutions. he was on the shore when he bought a scratch-off lottery ticket and won $100,000. turner's giving some to his church, saving some more and investing the rest in his business. you know what? it's nice to have a positive story like this every once in a while. >>> all right. many thanks again to our budget expert, doug holtz-eakin. hamas declares war on israel. israel ground force is now on high alert and ready to act, if necessary. all this while america's top intelligence agencies appear to be in disarray. we're going to try to get a handle on this nasty middle eastern story up next on "kudlow." >>> so is israel going to wipe out hamas, and what is iran going to do? this after an air strike kills a high-ranking hamas leader today. the mideast tinderbox seems like it's about to explode once again. let's talk, here now is our great friend, barclays senior geopolitical strategist, helema croft, former cia economic analyst. israel is going whole hog now
communities. almost 2 1/2 weeks after superstorm sandy. lipa acts as a general manager that farms out the actual power operations to the national grid. more than 21,000 lipa customers are still without power. and they are making awfully good money. >>> president obama read a letter at his press conference yesterday from a romney voter in tennessee who urged him to make a fiscal cliff deal. that man is about to join us live. >>> plus, as we stand at the precipice of the cliff, is compromise possible? we'll ask congress jeff flake. all that up next on "kudlow." >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." i'm larry kudlow. in this half hour, benghazi-gate rears its ugly head again today. two months after the deadly terrorist attack on our u.s. consulate in libya, lawmakers are finally briefed by intelligence, state and fbi officials. >>> call it president obama's bad medicine. my 2025 research shows the u.s. will have a full-blown doctor shortage because of obama care. >>> first up, with 46 days until the country's economy plummets off the tax and fiscal cliff, new signs tonight that democr
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